Celebrating Physics students success in 2017 with Edward Delaval

Students and staff

On 31 of May 2017 our Physics students at the University of Lincoln have been recognised at a prize giving event for their hard work and effort on the course.

Our first two cohorts of Physics students at the University and staff spent a remarkable day at Doddington Hall, once a home of famous natural philosopher Edward Delaval.

Th event was featuring a fantastic talk about the Hall and Edward Delaval by Anthony Jarvis of Doddington Hall, who also presented the awards to the students.

This was our second Edward Delaval event at Doddington Hall, and the winners of the academic year 2016/17 were:

1st year (now 2nd year) Physics students:
  • Thomas Vale was presented with Edward Delaval award as a blue glass trophy, reflecting on Edward Delaval work on colouring glass.
  • Felicity Levett received a Commendation for her Experimental Physics Work
2nd year (now 3rd year) Physics students:
  • Christopher Dickens  was presented with Edward Delaval award (2nd year in a row)
  • Thomas Dodd received a Commendation for his Experimental Physics Work
  • Harry Finch was awarded a Commendation
  • George Lindow was awarded a Commendation as well.

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